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post #1 of 32 (permalink) Old 02-21-2017, 04:55 PM Thread Starter
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Blocking/Removing Internet Samsung Galaxy 5

Does anyone know how to delete or disable internet on a samsung galaxy 5? I know how to do iphone but Samsung Galaxy is not that easy. You can't just hold and delete app. You can hide them but it's easy to show again.


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You mean the browser - can't do that. If its data you can turn data off but it can be turned on again.

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You mean the browser - can't do that. If its data you can turn data off but it can be turned on again.

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I think OP's husband is a porn addict and she wants to disable his access to internet on the phone but still allow him to use the phone.
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Only via the carrier then.
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I think OP's husband is a porn addict and she wants to disable his access to internet on the phone but still allow him to use the phone.


Yes, recovering porn addict. We did it on the iphone which is easy. Delete the apps, set parental control with a code. Samsung is way different.


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Swap the phone for one that has no Internet?

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Swap the phone for one that has no Internet?


It's a work phone and has many apps they use for various things.


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Re: Blocking/Removing Internet Samsung Galaxy 5

I googled this a saw a post that said download "APP lock"
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Swap the phone for one that has no Internet?


I assume he still wants access to certain apps, calendar, weather etc.

OP, what about apps like Youtube? He would need to have that blocked too.
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Yes, recovering porn addict. We did it on the iphone which is easy. Delete the apps, set parental control with a code. Samsung is way different.
Which carrier and Android OS?

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Which carrier and Android OS?


At & T and I'm not sure. How do I find that out? We tried to delete like on iphone but it isn't the same. All you can do is hide them. On some you can disable. I am thinking because it is a work phone and they have soooo many programs (their own) that they use, it's nearly impossible unless asking their inhouse IT person to do it.


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I assume he still wants access to certain apps, calendar, weather etc.

OP, what about apps like Youtube? He would need to have that blocked too.


They have their own caledar system they use. I managed to disable youtube.


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At & T and I'm not sure. How do I find that out? We tried to delete like on iphone but it isn't the same. All you can do is hide them. On some you can disable. I am thinking because it is a work phone and they have soooo many programs (their own) that they use, it's nearly impossible unless asking their inhouse IT person to do it.


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You can do the basics with creating a new restricted profile in the Settings>General>Users, but being a company phone, tread lightly...
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You can do the basics with creating a new restricted profile in the Settings>General>Users, but being a company phone, tread lightly...


Yea exactly. We don't want to do anything that interferes with the work apps.


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